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- Bastion from Yu-Gi-Oh! GX performs a streak across the school after having an epiphany.
- Most of Suehirogari's ero-mangas always feature women streaking.
Live Action TV
- "Streaking" is title of the third episode of the first season of That '70s Show, in the episode the male members of the gang conspire to streak wearing Richard Nixon masks while at a press conference featuring President Gerald Ford. The plan goes south when the guys notice several security officers with several vicious looking guard dogs causing them to chicken out; however Eric notices his father having trouble while asking his question to President Ford prompting Eric to drop his cover and pull through with the act, prompting Red to comically question Ford as to how he could pardon Richard Nixon.
- In the pilot episode of Quantum Leap, Sam fills out the reason he was kicked out of his first college: Streaking. Since he is answering the question in the early 1950's, the doctors at NASA have no idea what that is.
- This was done on an episode of Flash Forward.
- Happened quite famously at the 1974 AcademyAwards, where actor David Niven's speech before delivering the award was interrupted by a man streaking behind him.
David Niven: (recovering) Well, ladies and gentlemen that erm... That was almost bound to happen. But isn't it fascinating to think that probably the only laugh that man will ever get in his life is by stripping off and showing his shortcomings?
- "The Streak" by Ray Stevens is about a reporter covering the appearance of a streaker at a number of public events.
- Streaking is a diversion in both Saints Row 2 and Saints Row: The Third. In both cases the player must strip down to the point where both censor bars would activate on a female character (by which no clothing should cover the torso area).
- Streaking was added as an option in The Sims 2 in the University expansion pack, and in The Sims 3 in the University Life expansion pack.
- Streaking is the English title of a Japanese arcade game of the early 1980s, one of many clones of Pac-Man. The player controls a woman who is pursued by four male police officers with handcuffs. The woman is initially nude, but her Graphics-Induced Super-Deformed sprite changes as she collects clothing.
- "Dan VS": Dan gets accused of being this after his bat suit burned off when he was seeking revenge on baseball.
- The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius: Jimmy invokes this trope while being hazed while attending college on episode 64.
- The Looney Tunes Show: Daffy and Porky go streaking while on Spring Break in Mexico during "The Black Widow". After first attracting no attention at all, they point out to the locals that they are naked, and promptly get arrested.